this spectacular occasion were provided by The
Style Co’s floristry team.
beloved dog also made an appearing at the ceremony, acting as ring bearer on
champagne in the wedding car
covered in a delicious butter cream icing, was arranged by the Style Co
The ever popular candy bar is still a huge hit at weddings across the globe and the trend doesn’t appear to be slowing down. They’re a fantastic talking point and can be easily styled to match the theme of your reception, be it classic black tie, a colourful garden party or a modern twist of block colour. Candy bars are a fantastic alternative to the traditional bonbonniere and will be loved by your guests!
Grazing plates and shared bowls are a fantastic alternative to the traditional plated menu. Guests are immediately are emerged into a much more sociable experience, being able trying a variety of dishes. It is a fantastic way to start a meal and can break the ice with guests who may be attending the wedding on their own. This sort of service can work brilliantly with long banquet style tables.
The Best Man
The wedding cake is one of the oldest traditions when the wedding cake was originally just an offering of fruit, nuts and honey to the Gods. It was thought the Gods would bless the marriage and grant good luck and happiness to the couple. As time passed the fruit and nuts turned to cakes and guests would bring small cakes to a wedding and stack them on top of each other. Eventually a French baker created a cake that involved small cakes layered on top of each other, known today as a tiered cake.
The gorgeous Kayla and Ben celebrated their wedding with us at Port Melbourne Yacht Club earlier this year, after an elegant ceremony at 333 Collins Street.
A beautiful summer sunset provided a stunning backdrop for guests who enjoyed canapés and pre-dinner drinks on the large over-water deck. The bride and groom sipped on champagne as they mingled with their family and friends before moving inside for dinner.
The reception area was amazingly decorated by the talented Brett Currell with tables featuring vintage style arrangements on glass mirrored bases and elegant crystal tea light candles. The entrance area was also styled by Brett, featuring a vintage framed mirror in which the guest list was carefully written, accompanied by an elegant crystal arrangement.
The delicious three-tiered wedding cake by Ab Fab Cakes was offered with tea and coffee later on in the night.
Special thanks to talented Tania Savage of Savage Photography who captured the whole day and provided these stunning photographs.
Here are some photos of Kayla and Ben’s special day – another spectacular event by the Weddings team at Peter Rowland.